The world is filled with some great architectural buildings that are just amazing to look at. From the Leaning Tower Of Pisa in Italy to the Burj Khalifa over in UAE, the Egyptian Pyramids, and even the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, among others, they are all beautiful and attract tourists from all over the world. Dallas too has a few spectacular architectural buildings you might want to see while in town. Here are some of them. Look here for more about Dallas, TX.
Designed back in 1976 by architect Philip Johnson, Thanks-Giving Square is a place that inspires gratitude and honors the great American and world traditions of thanksgiving. The building has a landscaped meditation garden with cascading fountains and a chapel open to people of all faiths and traditions. With visitor guides available in English, Spanish, Chinese, French, Russian, Arabic, this amazing architectural masterpiece is open for everyone. Click here to read about Top-Rated Attractions in Dallas, TX.
Hall of State
Built for the 1936 Centennial Exposition by the State of Texas, the Hall of State is the crown jewel of Fair Park and has been hosting events honoring presidents, royalty, heads of state, and other dignitaries for the better part of the last seventy years. The Hall of State is an impressive architectural masterpiece and definitely worth taking the time to see. Architecture is like a form of art, so if you enjoy exploring art, these places are it.